How we should ask or write to a user to run a program "with no options" or "without options"?

Example :
Usually we run rpmfusion-packager-setup with no options
Usually we run rpmfusion-packager-setup without options


You can say it either way. It should mean exactly the same thing in almost any scenario, though it's tough for me to say without more context.

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