There are several ways depending on your usage.
I often use sshfs which is quick to setup and widely supported:
$ mkdir mountpoint
$ sshfs root@dragonboard-410c:/path/to/your/file mountpoint
$ umount mountpoint
If you want to make this persistent you need to edit your /etc/fstab accordingly.
Note that this is not the best protocol for performance.
You can also have a look at nfs or samba solution.