Don't trust either eBay's or Amazons compatibility list. They are right as much as they are wrong.
You can and should hone either type type of cylinder if replacing the rings. There is generally a hone, either ball or bar or flap etc. that is made for lined cylinders. The surface is harder in a lined cylinder so if you use a hone for a lined cylinder in an unlined cylinder it will cut faster as there is usually diamond dust or another very hard crystal on it. With a light fast hand you can get away with using it on raw steel or iron. At least so I've been told and seen done first hand without issue but the guy, my buddy rebuilds engines every day all day and has an eye for doing it.
For two stroke cylinders that have ports and nikasil or chrome a flap hone with diamond dust is a better choice as it is less likley that it will "peel-up" the plating at the edge of the ports.. lots of variables. Always research and ask those who have done many if you have access.