Operating systems for Raspberry Pi 0 2:

Make sure to get operating system .img files for "armhf" chipsets (this is the 64-bit version of ARM).

The 32-bit version of ARM is "armel".  We don't want that - it won't work in RPi 0 2.

RPi 0 2 W with OLED hat

So get yourself a nice armhf .img file and install an OS on you Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W.

Raspberry Pi 0 2 (left) vs Raspberry Pi 0 W (right) - both have iUniker USB addon

I successfully booted Raspberry Pi OS x64, set it up headless, and installed some stuff.

Then I even got my OLED scripts running on it.