Long story short, no.
Unless you have bluetooth running on a device that can act as a bluetooth network access point. I did it with a cheap USB bluetooth stick and ubuntu or my mac as well as windows with their native utilities. Actually I used Blueman on ubuntu, www.blueman-project.org
not the stock bluetooth manager. Its the same bluetooth utility thats in that image I build for the 360.
If you open lxterminal and type:
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dmesg | tail
After trying to get wifi working and you should see some error associated with the driver for the card not being there or something like that. Up until ..... not too long ago VIA, who makes the wifi card in the DT360, did not support linux. No drivers. Not too long after I made the image you installed they released linux drivers for the card.
Sorry I have not responded to your pm as of yet. I have been looking around my archived disks for a certain kernel module I compiled after they did release the drivers. If I could find it it may work for you. Trouble is I can't find it. It may be for the best though as there are at least two hardware revisions of the DT360. If my hardware differed from yours the kernel module may not work.
I built that image from the debian lenny lxde & xfce cd sized iso on expert install mode. If you had the disk you could remove all the software going back to a cli and download the driver source from VIA, get the build tools and build the VIA driver for your system. If you don't have the disk I may be able to upload an image somewhere. Here is a link to the driver:http://www.viaarena.com/Driver/VT6656_linux_src_v1.20.03_x86.rar
Then remove the build tools, reinstall the software (web and bluetooth possibly?). Which is tricky as room (disk space) is very tight and requires erasing all docs and man files that the programs toss on the system as they each install. I could help you out if thats what you wanted to do with what to remove and such. As I am recently single possibly I will build up another image in the near future. An image that has wifi capability. I have to move at the end of the month so it may not be until I get to my new location if I do.