This means the share is not being mounted. The file would be obscured with the share mounted at /media/phoenix.
Originally Posted by MonoAM
Normally I would make the mount point (/media/phoenix) be owned by a group that all users can use. Ubuntu has a group that does just this for Samba. It is called sambashare. You should already be a member. You can check with this command
... you should be in that group.
getent group |grep sambashare
To change the group ownership of the mount point we should use this command
... check it using
sudo chgrp sambashare /media/phoenix
Now lets change the permissions on that mountpoint so you will have access
ls -ld /media/phoenix
Use this incantation to mount the share
sudo chmod 775 /media/phoenix
I notice your login is alfredo but your valid user is amguerra. This may be part of the problem. You need to be consistant in naming. My local login and my share login are the same on all of my machines.
sudo mount -t cifs //PHOENIX/hitachi /media/phoenix -o username=amguerra
I have tested this on my network (using my server and share names). I even used the mount point /media/phoenix. It works as expected so you should have no problems mounting the share.