os: print registers in the libunwind version of xorg_backtrace()

If the stack walker finds a signal frame, record the cursor at that point and
then use unw_get_reg() to query the values of the architecture-specific
registers at the frame that triggered the signal.

Example output:

 (EE) Backtrace:
 (EE) 0: hw/xfree86/Xorg (OsSigHandler+0x25) [0x561458bb8195]
 (EE) 1: <signal handler called>
 (EE) 2: hw/xfree86/Xorg (dix_main+0x9c) [0x561458aead6c]
 (EE) 3: /usr/lib/libc.so.6 (__libc_start_main+0xd5) [0x7f2d23170b25]
 (EE) 4: hw/xfree86/Xorg (_start+0x2e) [0x561458aad8be]
 (EE) Registers at frame #2:
 (EE)   rax: 0x0
 (EE)   rbx: 0x561458c3ae60
 (EE)   rcx: 0x7f2d23328943
 (EE)   rdx: 0x0
 (EE)   rsi: 0x7ffcb6025030
 (EE)   rdi: 0xe
 (EE)   rbp: 0x0
 (EE)   rsp: 0x7ffcb6026430
 (EE)    r8: 0x0
 (EE)    r9: 0x0
 (EE)   r10: 0x8
 (EE)   r11: 0x246
 (EE)   r12: 0x561458aad890
 (EE)   r13: 0x0
 (EE)   r14: 0x0
 (EE)   r15: 0x0
 (EE) Segmentation fault at address 0x0

Signed-off-by: Aaron Plattner <aplattner@nvidia.com>
4 jobs for backtrace in 2 minutes and 9 seconds (queued for 4 seconds)