In preparation for an arm64 port, make an easy change which puts some
machine-dependent code in its own directory.
Going forward, code which is only used on one platform should live in a
MD directory. We should strive to layer modules in such a way as to
avoid polluting shared code with lots of ifdefs. For some existing
files this will take some effort.
task_switch.c and fwctl.c are an easy place to start: the former is very
x86-specific, and the latter provides an I/O port interface which can't
be used on anything other than x86. (fwcfg as implemented has the same
problem, but QEMU also supports a MMIO fwcfg interface.) So I propose
that we start by simply making those files conditional.