The first option will enable EIGRP on both interfaces therefore the second option is the correct one. Don't forget to disable the classful default behavior within EIGRP and change it to classless with the 'no auto-summary' command.
No problem should arise, except that you should care for 2 things, first the overhead RIP traffic which will be sent over the unwanted interface, and this can be avoided by making this interface passive interface, the second thing is that if you don't want the address of the unwanted interface to be advertised and this can be avoided via route filtering.
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