Ciao! First thing check to see if the "show ip eigrp neighbor" shows that both routers are neighbors. If not verify the connectivity between the routers. As for no routes in the routing table, perhaps you have no up/up interfaces?
1. You have two routers connected via serial, right?
2. The serial interfaces are using ip innumbered e0/0 on each router right?
3. If you put IP addresses on the serial interfaces, the routers can ping right?
If the above three points are correct, then we can assume that the connectivity between the routers is good. On your second router, is the ethernet interface in an up/up state? If not then the route would not appear in the routing table and would likely affect the serial connection.
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